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Kim Schoen

KIM SCHOEN is an artist and writer. Her work in photography and video installation explores rhetorics of display. Recent exhibitions of her work include Have You Never Let Someone Else Be Strong, (MMoCA, solo show), duh? Art & Stupidity (Focal Point Gallery, UK), Imitation Game (Maraya Art Centre, Sharjah, UAE), and Remembering Forward (LAXART, Los Angeles). Schoen’s essays on repetition and photography (“The Serial Attitude Redux,” “The Expansion of the Instant”) have been published in X?TRA. Her most recent photographic essay was just published in Issue VII of E.R.O.S. Press, London.


There have been four issues of MATERIAL in eight years—an annual in spirit, a bi-annual in practice, despite our best hopes. The story of each issue, as we can see now, has been about clearing a space: for the mixed-up, the un-thematic, the must-be-said.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2020

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